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My work was shown at a group exhibit at the Elga Wimmer Gallery. The opening was packed and people were taking an interest in the art work I exhibited.





My work will be exhibited at the Elga Wimmer PCC, 526 West 26 Street, #310, New York, NY, September 10 - 14, 2015. The opening is Sept 10 from 6 - 8 pm.

Whispers #1, 2005, acrylic on paper, 20”x48”, $5,000; includes frame
Whispers #2, 2005, acrylic on paper, 20”x22”, $3,000; includes frame
Ancient Warrior #9, 2014-15, plaster wrap, acrylic paint, sewing patterns, collage, and metal, 55"x17”x12”, $4,500.00; includes stand

I will be showing three art pieces in the group exhibit Five Senses +1 organized by K&P Contemporary and presented at Elga Wimmer PCC, 526 W 26 St, 310, with an opening reception on Thursday, September 10, 6-8p.


BartelClements Whispers1

Bartel Clements Whispers2


Paintings from the Past

Subterranean, diptych - SOLD

Oil on Canvas, 48 X 120 Inches
Mr. and Mrs Phillip Resnick, Woodfield Lexus, Schaumburg, IL

"It becomes clear after viewing her work for long stretches that ephemerality and the fleetingness of time and events is at the center of her concerns." Nahas 2009


MICHAEL: New Mexico also strikes me as a very spiritual place.  Would you say your work comes from a spiritual place or is it more intellectual or emotional?

SHARON: Yes, I would say my work does come from a spiritual place. I've always believed for me, spirit comes first and then all else is after that. I also think the conception of the idea can come from a spiritual place.  I could say the idea came from "out of the blue," but that "blue" can be termed spiritual as well. I can only speak for myself here, but I also think that art is a spiritual journey.